This recipe was shared by one of our VFit Squad favorite cooks. It's simple to make, full of flavor and will please everyone. Mushrooms add such a nice earthy flavor and using chicken thighs brings on the moisture! The recipe was adopted from the Everyday Paleo cookbook.
Sweetness from raw honey, a crunch of water chestnut, earthiness of mushrooms, along with chicken and Asian flavors, these lettuce wraps will be a hit next time you are craving a taste of the Far East. Our recipe uses easy lettuce wraps for an added boost of color, health benefits, and make this great dish hand held!
This robust marinara sauce has no added sugars or unhealthy oils. It is flavored by fresh vegetables and herbs. Great for any Italian dish. Jazz it up by adding ground meat or loading up with extra veggies on hand. Consider making a large batch and freezing the extra to have on hand.
This is a great appetizer to bring to a party and impress your friends. Mushrooms are a great source of protein, fiber, vitamins B and C, calcium, and minerals. Also, this appetizer looks and taste fancy, yet are so simple to prepare. You can get creative with the filling too and try different spice blends!
We want to keep this description short, because, well that picture says it all and we know you want to get right to cooking this specialty recipe! This is a top 10 fan favorite and has become a staple in many VFit Squad members homes. This is also a great way to use up any veggies you have on hand that are about to go bad, so think outside of the box on what to add in if you need to. This also makes for excellent leftovers and freezes well if you need to.
A great dish to make in advance and enjoy throughout a busy week. You can add any extra veggie you have on hand and need to use up. Great topped with fresh avocado and salsa.
This is one of Rachele's favorite staple meals that will leave your tummy happy and is full of nutrients. Makes for great leftovers and fun for the whole family. This meal is about as simple as they come, so feel free to add some fresh veggies and top with fresh parm, or just enjoy the simplicity of this fully balanced meal the way we have it below.
This is a simple and delicious soup recipe. It is full of rich flavors and veggies. You can get creative and add your own twists and ingredients. For a vegetarian option, just omit the chicken. This can also be made in the crockpot by cooking on low for 4-6 hours. This soup is great to make in bulk for the week. You can always freeze an extra batch and have on hand for a rainy day. Adapted from Danielle Walkers Against All Grain Mexican Chicken Chowder Recipe.
This stuffing pairs well with any meat dish or can hold it's own for the veggie lovers. Instead of stuffing yourself with filling and often nutrient-void stuffing, try this superfood stuffing with your next holiday meal. This recipe is adapted from the Detoxinista.
Comfort food cravings meet nutrition in this sheppards pie superfood swap! We use sweet potatoes instead of classic white, and swap out beef for ground turkey, while adding a TON of veggies in the filling. This is one of those recipes you can make a million different ways and throw everything but the kitchen sink at to finish off extra veggies you have on hand you don't know what to do with.